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's not that the city has been unable to enforce drunk driving laws but now we will be better able to enforce the laws. >> everybody knows that drinking and driving, people get killed. >> the testing begins this friday and officers will still be able to do field sobriety tests. news 4. >> some rain heading our way. doug is in the weather office. how much and when? >> the good news is i don't think we're going to see too much rain. out there right now, 69 degrees. temperatures five to ten degrees warmer than this time last night. notice t the rain back to the west. that system trying to move our way. we will not see the severe weather here. sending the kids off to the bus stop, look for mostly cloudy skies with an isolated chance of shower. best chance to the north and west. i will show you just who will see the rain and when. >> thanks, todd. >> a man who escaped the twin towers on september 11 is now embroiled in a controversy over how to remember the thousands who did not survive. andy is now here with more on his very public fight over a private memorial. >> thomas says he was lucky. he made it out
displaced after flames spread through an ocean city condo. this happened just before 6:00 at the bradley on the bay complex. you can see the black smoke billowing into the sky. no injuries and no word on what sparked this. more than 1,000 pepco workers are one step closer to going on strike. union workers cheered after an overwhelming vote to reject the company's latest contract offer. union reps will now go back to pepco to try and get a new offer. if no deal is reached, workers will vote on whether to strike. >> pepco issued a statement saying they were disappointed with the union's decision to reject the offer. the labor battle comes as pepco got the go-ahead for a rate hike in d.c. they approved a partial rate increase which could mean an extra $2.60 a month for the average customer. >>> we have breaking news tonight involving the nfl and its locked-out referees. dan hellie is in the newsroom with tonight's development. >>> as you know, the lockout went from headlines the sports page to the front page. now, it appears to be over. the nfl and the referee's association have agreed on a
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